In a recent interview on Bahrain TV, Dr. Fatima Al Subaie discusses the opportunities and challenges facing women who are working or are thinking about working in the IT sector in Bahrain.
The importance of planning for potential security crises in the region is important so that situations can be detected early and to ensure a rapid response. Dr. Ashraf Keshk discusses the strategic value of crisis management planning and of the need to prepare for eventualities ahead of time.
In a recent newspaper article, Dr. Ashraf Keshk discusses Bahrain’s latest move to join the US-led Alliance to protect Maritime Corridors in the region and looks at the likely activities and impacts of the Gulf States role in the alliance.
‘Women in Information Technology (IT)’ is the subject of a recent study by Dr. Fatima Alsebaie that sheds light on how women are represented in the field of IT in Bahrain, and which looks at factors that may be preventing an equal representation.
Following the recent attacks on Saudi oil installations, is there a role for NATO? Dr. Ashraf Keshk looks into the policies framing how NATO might get involved in regional crises.
How do EU and US perspectives converge and diverge with regards to Iranian threats? Dr. Ashraf Keshk delves into the complexities of current agreements and alliances between the US and EU states and their impact on policies towards Iran.
On 28 July 2019, a new form of bilateral cooperation was unveiled with the establishment of the Saudi-Bahraini Coordination Council. Mohammed Bu Hasan looks into the significance of this agreement…..
In the fourth and final part of Dr. Ashraf Keshk’s series of articles on the challenges and responses to regional security threats, he considers the strategic options open to Gulf States to counter these threats…….
The latest strategic study from DERASAT by Abdulaziz Al Doseri, looks into the recent cooperation between Russia and OPEC which has come to be known as OPEC+; the study analyzes the nature of this relationship and its genesis.
Iran’s threats have been described as part of the IRGC’s propaganda warfare aiming to destabilise the region, according to analyst Mahmood Abdul Ghaffar who was quoted in the local press today. He went on to note: “In the past, Iran threatened to use its ballistic missile to strike various Gulf and US targets throughout the region,